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Shanghai is known as being the most developed city in China. There are several attractions offered by Shanghai such as The Bund which is the most famous landmark in Shanghai. Next is the Yuyuan Garden which is the largest of Shanghai’s ancient gardens with architectural styles of the Min g and Qing Dynasties. A trip to Shanghai won’t be complete with a visit in the Jade Buddha Temple composing of halls such as the Halls of Heavenly Kings, Hall of the Sleeping Buddha and the Hall of the Jade Buddha. Last is the Nanjing Road which is the main shopping street of Shanghai and is one of the world’s busiest shopping streets.
EVENTS & FESTIVALS
China has traditional Chinese Festivals which is the Chinese New Year, Longhua Temple Fair, Shanghai International Tea Culture Festival, Shanghai Peach Blossom Festival, and the Dragon Boat Festival. They are also celebrating Modern Festivals which is the Shanghai Tourism Festival, Shanghai International Art Festival and the Shanghai Television Festival.
CULTURE & HERITAGE
Chinese culture is one of the oldest cultures in the world where customs and traditions are highly respected and was given a huge importance to their lives. Their culture includes their language, literature, music and dance, arts, martial arts, clothing and fashion, architecture, cuisine which includes the tea ceremony, and their religion.
TOURS & WALKS
It is really only in walking that you’ll get a chance to discover Shanghai by having your own tours and walks around the city. You may be fascinated by the combination of the ancient and European architecture way backed colonial period and also the modernization of the whole city. Of course, a tour won’t be complete without the taste of the Chinese Cuisine offered in all the Chinese Restaurants found in the area. And lastly, for every tourist, your one last stop is the shopping area.
The official language of China is the Mandarin, which is the very name of 'Hanyu' or 'Putonghua', belonging to Sino-Tibetan.